What Problem Areas Can A Facelift Can Correct?

Aging isn’t an easy part of life for most men and women in Clearwater. When those obvious signs of aging start to stare back from the reflection in the mirror, many people start researching facelift surgery to find out if it will provide the rejuvenated look they desire. After all, no one wants to look older than they feel. But after years of sun exposure…

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Will A Facelift Address Sagging Cheeks And Jowls?

When men and women from the Clearwater area visit Dr. Moraitis of Moraitis Plastic Surgery to talk about having a facelift, most of them have one burning question, “Can a facelift improve the appearance of my sagging cheeks and jowls?” These are effects of aging that many of Dr. Moraitis’ patients suffer from, and it causes them to be very unhappy with the reflection they…

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Are Facelift Results Permanent?

A facelift can bring back that much-desired firmness and tightness to your face and make you look refreshed and younger. After years of sun exposure and enduring life’s ups and downs, a facelift with Dr. Moraitis can make you excited to look in the mirror again. One of the most frequently asked questions we get from our Clearwater area patients is, “Will my facelift results…

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What Parts of the Face Does a Facelift Correct?

Clearwater men and women may have several parts of their faces that they wish to address via a facelift. Some have sagging cheeks and jowls that they’d like to get rid of or tighten up. Others have lost facial volume over time, and want their faces to look full again. And still, others may have significant signs of aging such as deep wrinkles, folds or…

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Tips for a Successful Facelift Recovery

Virtually all Clearwater men and women get excited when they think or talk about getting a facelift. After all, if you feel that you have too many wrinkles, have lost facial volume, or have sagging cheeks or jowls, you likely want some surgical enhancements to help turn back the hands of time to 10 or 15 years ago.* But just as important as it is…

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How Visible Are Scars After a Facelift?

Many Clearwater men and women want to have a facelift, either to address loose cheeks or sagging jowls, excessive folds or wrinkles, or lost facial volume. But, just as much as these potential Moraitis Plastic Surgery patients want to look and feel between 10 and 15 years younger*, they also want to hide the telltale signs that they’ve had work done. We’ve all seen photographs…

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Can a Facelift Improve the Appearance of Sagging Cheeks and Jowls?

A facelift is not a one-size-fits-all procedure. Many Clearwater men and women seek out Dr. Moraitis for a facelift to address different issues that they are unhappy with. One of the most common reasons that patients request a facelift is to address sagging cheeks and jowls, or the drooping lower parts of your cheeks. Read on to learn how Dr. Moraitis can use his artistic…

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10 Tips to Prepare for a Facelift

A facelift is an exciting procedure for Clearwater men and women. In addition to helping turn back the hands of time and make you look as young as you feel, a facelift can eliminate unsightly jowls and sagging cheeks, finally giving you the facial appearance you’ve been desiring. But to receive optimal results, it’s essential that Clearwater facelift patients are thoroughly prepared for their procedure….

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Facelift or Laser: Which is Best for You?

As we age, three major changes take place: a loss of volume, sagging skin, and textural changes of the skin. In the past, the only choice patients had was surgery. But today there are also lasers, fillers and neurotoxins. For some, a mix-and-match approach that incorporates a variety of rejuvenating options is necessary to achieve the desired results. Chose a laser if you have mature…

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Do you suffer from “Angry Resting Face”?

“What’s wrong?” “Are you angry about something?” If you’re continually fielding questions like these from your family and friends, you could have an angry resting face. It’s not a real disease, but more and more women and men are finding that they suffer from it. Symptoms include pinched lines between brows (worry lines), stationary lines under the eyes (tired lines), Nasolabial folds (sad lines), shallow…

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